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Below is our complete Red Fang news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Portland hometown heroes Red Fang will be the third and final headliner of Stumpfest, which will take place April 24th - 26th at Mississippi Studios.
Thursday's headliner will be Trans Am, Friday will be Red Fang, and Saturday will be Yob. Individual day tickets and 3-day passes are on sale now at this location. The festival lineup is available below. More...
Red Fang released a "performance playthrough video," featuring the band on air guitar and air drums for the track "No Hope." The song appears on the band's latest album "Whales and Leeches," which is out via Relapse Records.
Check out the video here:
The March 2014 edition of the Relapse Records podcast is now available for free streaming and download via MetalInjection.net here.
This is the 29th installment of the official label podcast highlighting brand new songs from Relapse artists, exclusive interviews, and classic Relapse tracks.
This month features material from Nothing, Ringworm, Cripple Bastards, Indian, Red Fang, Primitive Man, Windhand, and more plus an exclusive interview and new tracks from Portland riff masters Lord Dying.
Red Fang has posted a teaser trailer for the band's European tour taking place with The Shrine and Lord Dying. Check it out below, and remaining tour dates are available after the jump.
Red Fang stopped by CBS TV’s “The Late Show with David Letterman” this past Friday (1/10), marking the Portland-based group’s national, late-night television debut.
The band performed “Blood Like Cream,” the first single off new album, "Whales and Leeches," out now on Relapse. Watch the late night performance right here.
The band's previously released music video for "Blood Like Cream" (not the CBS performance) can be seen below. More...
While Red Fang wraps its way across the U.S. on an autumn tour, the group has released a video for “Blood Like Cream” - the first single off new album "Whales and Leeches."
Actor/comedian Fred Armisen (Portlandia, Saturday Night Live) joins in the fun with the beer-loving Portland-based band. Check it out below, courtesy of Rollingstone.com.
Red Fang will also make its national, late-night television debut on The Late Show with David Letterman Friday, January 10th (11:35/10:35p CT) and perform “Blood Like Cream.” More...
Venice, CA's The Shrine has announced worldwide tour dates in support of sophomore LP "Primitive Blast." The trio will team up with like-minded party jammers Red Fang for over 60 North American and European tour dates running well into 2014.
The fun begins with the North American tour launch on November 30th in San Francisco, CA; from there, both bands will tear up stages across the continent through the holidays. The European run will kick off in mid-January and run all the way through April.
"After spending the summer at home in Venice jamming and skating pools were ready to pile our full stacks and road rats back in the van and cruise the USA alongside Red Fang," comments The Shrine vocalist and six string ripper Josh Landau. "If you see a smoking, dented Econoline van on the side of America's endless highway filled with retards messing around with snow chains, give your brothers a hand. We've got a ton of new sticky jams and a ton of new sick merch that's gonna shred yer socks off." More...
Attention Red Fang maniacs, aspiring actors, and zombie lovers: the band is looking for lots and lots of extras for a new music video shooting this Tuesday November 5th in Portland, OR. Relapse Records comments:
"You will be playing the part of a terrifying new breed of zombie, a beer zombie! These zombies will stop at nothing in order to consume beer. These zombies aren't dead, just dead drunk. We will need your best stumbling drunk impressions for the camera as you run amok.
"We are looking for all types of people, young, old, men and women. If interested you need to email your name and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org (if possible, please include a photo of yourself) You will then be emailed the location and shoot time.
"Please try to bring at least 2-3 different wardrobe items. We will be outside all day, so dress weather appropriate. We would love it if you dressed a part, maybe a trashman, surgeon, business man, Quickie mart clerk, mechanic, mail man, etc. Anything will work but we'd love to have a wide range of looks, not all jean jackets and black jeans.
"If you have a favorite beer coozie, beer can helmet, beer bong, beer mug or any other drinking accessory please bring it with you."
Tune in to Pitchfork.com here to check out "Whales and Leeches," the new album from the Portland, OR group Red Fang.
Red Fang also recently kick off a U.S. tour in Sacramento, see all confirmed dates below. "Whales and Leeches" is officially due out October 15th via Relapse Records. More...
Red Fang's "Whales and Leeches" is due out on October 11th (Germany/Benelux), October 14th (EU/UK), and October 15th (North America) via Relapse Records.
Now you can stream the brand new single "No Hope" in the player below, courtesy of Guitarworld.com.
You can also check out the 2nd leg of the band's upcoming headlining tour, this time with Cancer Bats, The Shrine, Indian Handcrafts & Radkey. Dates are available after the jump. More...
Following its crushingly triumphant debut maiden occurrence last year, the second Tucson, Arizona-based Southwest Terror Fest 2013: Year Of The Snake has been confirmed and the full lineup for the massive gala announced.
The complete lineup can be found below, and the following press release was issued about the festival:
"This fully DIY undertaking, booked by musicians, for musicians, is a low-cost event for all ages. Once again organized and hosted by Tucson sludgetroopers Godhunter, the now annual Southwest Terror Fest brings a one-of-a-kind extreme underground music festival to the Southwestern quadrant of America.
"This year, the experience has been expanded into an immense four-day event, now confirmed to invade Tucson venue The Rock from Thursday, October, 10th through Sunday, October 13th. The Southwest Terror Fest 2013: Year Of The Snake lineup features even more national headlining acts than last year, including legends like Sacred Reich and Vehemence, along with Kylesa, Red Fang, Demon Lung, Ancestors, Subrosa, Landmine Marathon, Early Graves and others, and a long line of newer underground acts, totaling more than sixty bands! Whether you like punk, sludge, black metal, thrash, grindcore, post-metal, etc., something for all fans of extreme music is to be found at this event."
Red Fang has debuted a brand new single from upcoming album "Whales and Leeches," entitled "Blood Like Cream."
"Whales and Leeches" is due out on October 11th (Germany/Benelux), October 14th (EU/UK), and October 15th (North America) via Relapse Records.
Portland stoner act Red Fang posted a trailer clip for the upcoming release "Whales And Leeches." The album marks the band's third full length release and follow up to "Murder in the Mountains," which was released in 2011. The album drops on October 11th (Germany/Benelux), October 14th (EU/UK) and October 15th (North America) via Relapse Records. Pre-orders for the deluxe CD and 2X LP are accepted at this location.
Check out the trailer, featuring the track "Doen" here:
Drugmetal.ru spoke to Red Fang's guitarists Bryan and David before their gig in Moscow, Russia in June.
Video of the interview is now available online and can be found below. The interview features parts of Red Fang's life performance, bar stories, road accident s,and the band discussing an upcoming album.
Red Fang will return this fall with an as-yet-untitled third studio album. The Portland-based group is currently in the studio finishing the disc with producer Chris Funk (Decemberists) and mixer Vance Powell (White Stripes, Raconteurs, Kings of Leon).
The band comments: “We’re hyper excited about this new album. The basic tracks are like rabid monkeys we’re wrangling at Type Foundry in our hometown of Portland, OR. Producer Chris Funk has almost been amputated twice. Surprise guests abound! We’re in the final moments before all systems are go on this sucker. Dig people!”
On Friday, May 24th, Red Fang will head to the picturesque Gorge Amphitheater outside Seattle for the band's first festival appearance this year at Sasquatch. Red Fang will then hit the road for a European trek through mid July with festival stops at Sonisphere, Download, Hellfest, Reload, Full Force, Open Air and Eistenaflug among others. Expect the group to announce a full U.S. run for late summer. More...
Relapse Records has released a new online compilation in honor of Pat Egan, who recently passed away. The label comments:
"Our hearts go out to our brother Pat Egan and his family. Pat was our Director of Sales for over 10 years and passed away on Monday morning after battling pneumonia. We have created a 20 song sampler to benefit his daughter's college fund. Any and all donations are very much appreciated. RIP Pat, we love and miss you!"
The Dillinger Escape Plan also commented on the compilation:
"On Monday Pat Egan, Relapse records director of sales for the past 10 years, passed away after a struggle with Pneumonia and related complications. Pat was a champion and great friend of Dillinger for years and we are very sad to have lost him. He work very had to get our music out to all you guys and now is your chance to show your appreciation.
"Here is a link to a compilation featuring songs by us and a bunch of other bad ass Relapse artists. All proceeds from the download of this compilation will go towards a college fund for his daughter Katie, a scholar and an athlete with a bright future ahead of her. All of the bands on this compilation have waived their royalties and Relapse is passing through all proceeds from the sale of the comp directly to Pat’s wife and daughter.
"The compilation costs a minimum of $5, but you are welcome to donate more than that if you would. There is no limit on how much you can give."
The track listing is as follows: More...
Red Fang has released the "Daytrotter Session" online, which is currently available for streaming / download at this location. The session features live versions of Red Fang classics, recorded during the band's headlining tour this past fall with Black Tusk and Lord Dying.
Additionally, the band has announced a short run of headlining regional tour dates with support from Federation X, Uh-Oh, and Dog Shredder, followed by an appearance at Australia’s Soundwave Festival and a pair of dates with Kyuss Lives and Orange Goblin.
Multiple European summer festival appearances have been confirmed as well. A complete list of dates is available below. Red Fang will begin writing the follow-up to 2011’s "Murder The Mountains" upon returning from tour. More...
Red Fang has announced a short run of regional tour dates before the band begins to write the follow-up to 2011’s "Murder The Mountains." The dates begin in Bellingham, WA and include support from Federation X, Uh-Oh, and Dog Shredder. A complete list of dates is available below.
Red Fang also recently released a new video for the infectious song "Dirt Wizard'. The video, available here, is another collaboration with Whitey McConnaughy and chronicles the beer guzzling foursome as they tour throughout Europe. Additionally, the band recently released a new single, "Crows in Swine," which will see its official release as a split 7" with label-mates ASG via Relapse Records.
Feb 15 Bellingham, WA The Shakedown w/ Federation X and Uh-Oh
Feb 16 Seattle, WA Neumos w/ Federation X and Dog Shredder
Feb 17 Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom w/ Federation X and Dog Shredder
Relapse Records is closing out 2012 with a special podcast curated by J.R. Hayes of Pig Destroyer. Mr. Hayes has picked 20 of his favorite tracks from the Relapse catalog in addition to answering an in-depth interview about the band's new album "Book Burner."
Later in the podcast there is a preview of 2013 featuring new music from Red Fang, Blockheads, Call of the Void, and Wolvserpent. Download the podcast at this location.
Pig Destroyer released fifth studio album "Book Burner" (reviewed here) this past October on Relapse Records.
The deluxe editions each contain a bonus disc of punk covers and a short story, titled The Atheist, penned by frontman JR Hayes. The Atheist is a post-apocalyptic tale about a decaying world taken over by the violence of religion that showcases the renowned lyricists' unsurpassed style for the first time as prose. The deluxe 2xLP also contains an etched b-side featuring artwork by Wormrot frontman Arif Rot.
The full "Book Burner" album can be heard in its entirety on Pig Destroyer's Bandcamp page here.
Red Fang drew my attention first during day two. Contrary to their name, Red Fang’s bite energized rather than paralyzed the crowd. Although they came from the land of fog and towering trees of Oregon, their riffs were the size of Texas and filled with a gritty quality not unlike the festival’s dusty, trodden paths. Their catchy rhythms, guitar solos and drum fills grabbed the modestly sized audience and injected groove into their stoned bones. With prior SXSW appearances, Red Fang has become a well-recognized force in Austin’s festival circuit. Make sure to check these guys out on their touring supporting the “Murder the Mountains” album.